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Movement to sing and dance. For children under 5 enjoy free Hodeaway entrance before and after the sessions. Please book. Tel: 01933 625522.
Captured in the pages of a medieval book, the ancient myth of Blodeuwedd describes a woman made out of flowers who was turned into an owl as punishment for adultery. But who was this woman before being confined to the page?
Explore the garden and woods in a new family trail and get closer to nature with a range of themed activities. This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.
Meet at the Visitor Centre and join in a regular health walk of approximately 45 minutes. a great way to meet new people and be active! Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am. Did you know that regular walking: improves blood pressure, eases stress & burns fat faster? Free walk - car parking charge applies.
Meet at the Visitor Centre and join in a regular health walk of approximately 45 minutes. A great way to meet new people and be active! Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am. Did you know that regular walking: improves blood pressure, eases stress & burns fat faster? Free walk - car parking charge applies.
Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre and then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows. Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize.Available every day during the school holidays 10am - 3:30pm £1 per sheet. No need to book just come to the visitor centre during school holidays.
This October half term, follow our family trail around the museum to uncover clues, crack codes and discover the priceless treasure around you! This event celebrates our exhibition Hoards: a hidden history of ancient Britain, on loan to Peterborough Museum from October - December 2019. Peterborough is the final venue to showcase the amazing collection of finds in this British Museum and Salisbury Museum Partnership Exhibition. Families have the chance to discover these treasures, and those in the rest of…
The Happily Hooked crochet club is a friendly group who like crochet to be fun! They meet on the third Monday of the month. Pauline designs crochet projects tailored to the members which will challenge and expand their crochet knowledge and skills.
Nordic Walking is brilliant for you to become healthier and more toned, whilst having fun walking in the great outdoors with a group of like-minded individuals. Taster Sessions are held at Stanwick Lakes, they last for 45 minutes and will leave you energised and keen to book more! To book your FREE taster session, or for more information please contact Fiona Fiander on 07763 353097. Car parking charge will apply.
An easy 10-mile pedal on traffic-free paths around lakes and along canals, close to the city of Peterborough and taking in the scenery of Ferry Meadows and its environs, at the heart of Nene Park. We have a couple of routes that we cover for variety, so come and join us for a pedal and a chat!
Join the local branch of the Quilters Guide to sit and sew in the Stanwick Lakes Café. Enjoy the company of fellow patchworkers and quilters, whatever your skill level,and non members if the Guild are very welcome. No need to book. For more information contact Sue Whitby on 01933 770792
Join us for our Breeze Mums and Tots ride at Ferry Meadows, Peterborough. This is an easygoing ride, the majority off-road, along paths and tracks. The rides start at 10am but if you are hiring a bike can you please arrive a little earlier so we can head off as close to 10am as possible (with little ones it is always tricky to get off on time!). Rides are free with your own bike, or you can hire a bike/child…
Explore the wonderful world of moths and study the real things up close before designing and creating your own fabric moth masterpiece. Textile artist, teacher and creator of the magical world of whimsy, Olivia Wilson (as seen on Kirstie's Homemade Christmas) will be on hand to offer guidance and tuition throughout the day. Materials, tuition and refreshments are provided but please bring your own lunch. 10am-4pm. £40 per person. Booking essential. T: 01933 779587.
Join us for a jam-packed week of Halloween activities! Creepy Trail, Face painting, Halloween Crafts, Visits from birds of prey and creepy reptiles as well as our annual Spooky Scarecrow Lantern Walk.
Want to master Calligraphy but don't know where to start? Oundle Library are offering a series of six sessions over the next few months which will help you master the basics and begin to develop your own beautiful hand. The sessions are on Saturday mornings from 10am to 12 noon starting on September 28th then October 26th, November 30th 2019, January 25th, February 29th and March 28th 2020. The fee is £30 which includes refreshments and Library fee. Booking is…
Search the garden landscape for pumpkins on our Hallowe'en trail or see what's happening in our 'spooky' Family Den. This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.
Enjoy a spooktacular day of fun with scary craft activities and a haunted trail around the museum. Try the witches brew at the refreshments stall if you dare! Why not come dressed in your scariest costume? Suitable for children aged two and over. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Activities will be taking place throughout the museum. Some activities may be on the first floor, accessed by stairs only. Drop in - no booking booking required
Join Wilder Arts Ceramics on Tuesday 29th and Thursday 31st October at Stanwick Lakes Paint spooky bisque ceramic ornaments to take home and add to your Halloween decorations in this afternoon drop in workshop. No booking required. Prices start from £3.50